In the odd little moments of tension which precede exams--moments in the dining halls; on the steps of New Lecture Hall, in the library,--there arise incidents of an amusing nature. One be-spectacled, stoop-shouldered lad, presumably of the sunima cum variety, was working hard at the long table in a House library recently. His nose was so close to his pen and book that it would have been impossible to insert a hairpin between them. Suddenly he startled the other crammers by rising and closing his book, then made these same laugh by audibly saying: "Ha! Now to begin my studying!"
Whereupon he walked out confidently.